in 1994, 57%. why do i bring up those two dates? those are the last two times that congress changed hands in a wave election. things are actually worse now than in 1994 or 2006. the president, as you pointed out, his job rating at a dismal 45%, 49% disapprove. but look at his numbers handling the economy. 56% disapprove of that. among likely voters actually, 61% disapprove of how he's handling the economy. how this translates into november in the match-up, do you prefer a republican-controlled congress or democratic-controlled congress, among all voters, it's even. but among those voters who are most likely to go to the polls, it is a nine-point republican edge. that would be a blowout. that would mean 50 to 60-seat pick-up for the republicans, that would mean the republicans would get control of the house and maybe even the senate. we've heard president obama talk about, hey, if you put the republicans in charge, it's just going back to the bush era.